Are you who you wanted to be when you grew up?-Meredith Grey
If the existence of a strong leadership support team, with the autonomy to make decisions for and about their employees, boasting clear and open communication lines, and the ability to recognize that we are unique and eccentric human beings in this industry is your perfect unicorn, well then, get out the glitter.
Animal Specialty Center is standing on the horizon of a very unique place that many hospitals only dream of finding themselves these days. We get to be who we want to be and have our own identity. We get to represent our people and our community. We are comprised of stellar, envelope pushing, unflappable, outside-the-box thinking veterinary professionals committed to looking at things differently. We don’t want to settle for ‘that’s how it’s always been done’ and we won’t.
We are looking for a long term relationship with an Emergency Veterinarian that will serve as our ER-ICU DVM Service Lead. Our ideal candidate is an experienced Emergency Veterinarian, who is ready to run an emergency department differently and really embody the human animal bond. Collaboration. That’s a thing we hear all the time. At ASC, it’s not just a word we say because you want to hear it, we legit mean it. We’ve recently added an Internist that serves as our Medical Director, as well as another Internist and two Criticalists to the team. Don’t miss this opportunity if you’ve been looking for something that isn’t the same ole song and dance, grass-is-greener-on-the-other-side-spiel. We’ve got the equipment, the technology and the vision; competitive salary, signing bonus, bells-and-whistles…no-brainer, but we also have the creative freedom to make personalized offers for your lifestyle if you’re the right fit for us. Will you be the match that completes our vision?
Emergency and ICU DVM Service Lead Responsibilities:
The ER/ICU DVM Service Lead is responsible for planning, directing, training and coordinating medical leadership and oversight for all ASC Staff ER and ICU doctors. The service lead acts as an exemplary ER doctor and serves as primary contact for all operating matters of the ER and ICU department. The service lead will work a variety of shifts to ensure patient care initiatives are upheld and the team is supported. This role is responsible for day-to-day workflow including but not limited to: ER doctor schedule, recruiting, hiring, onboarding and training, facilitating regular department meetings, providing mentorship and oversight to both doctors and support staff acts as a representative of hospital leadership. One year of leadership experience is preferred, but we are also interested in speaking with any emergency veterinarians that have an interest in leadership.
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